COUNSELING SERVICES DIVISION
Professional counselors are available to discuss and help you plan your educational program, to advise you about college or university entrance requirements, major requirements, General Education Certification, and the application process. Successful students see a Counselor at least once a semester.
What Courses Do I Take?
Selecting courses for the first semester can be frustrating and difficult. Here are some suggestions you may find helpful:
Decide how many units you want to take. Make a list of possible courses from the current student class schedule, which might include:
Determine how many courses you will need from your list to equal the number of units you want to take. If you want to take nine units, you will probably want to select three courses with three units each.
Review each course you have selected to make sure you have any required prerequisites. All prerequisites are being enforced.
After the semester begins, make an appointment with a counselor so that you can do some long-range academic planning. Counselors will help you explore majors, careers, and programs of study during your one-hour appointment. Multiple appointments can be made if needed.
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